Wales v Scotland - RBS 6 Nations 2016 (Principality Stadium)
Saturday 13th February 2016
Scotland narrowly missed out during the RBS 6 Nations 2015 with a final score of 23-26 to Wales. This time around the Scots will need to bring something special to the pitch to beat a 14 year dry spell on Welsh soil.
Experience the finest hospitality packages whilst watching Wales v Scotland at the outstanding Principality Stadium (formerly the Millennium Stadium), Cardiff. The RBS 6 Nations 2016 is set to be an outstanding tournament right off the back of Rugby World Cup 2015, enjoy your day properly with Official Corporate Hospitality.
There are a number of hospitality options available to complement the day, from Private Balcony Boxes to the outstanding Stadium Restaurant, you are guaranteed a luxurious day specifically designed to match your Six Nations expectations. Officially allocated tickets, VIP service and a fully inclusive day ensure a fantastic Rugby experience for you and your guests.
A perfect base to experience a luxurious day of hospitality
We are delighted to offer you VIP match day hospitality at one of Cardiff's favourite hotels, the historic Angel Hotel.
Just a stones' throw away from the stadium and an atmosphere to rival the Principality Stadium itself, it is the perfect base to experience a luxurious day of hospitality.
- Officially allocated match ticket
- Souvenir Programme
- Champagne reception
- HD TV Coverage and DVD replays
- Complimentary bar
- Floral table decor
- Four-course lunch / dinner
- Individual guest documentation
- Post-match refreshments
- VIP hostess service
- Celebrity guest speaker
Bookings of two upwards can be made with private tables available for 10 guests.
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Thank you for organising our recent visit/hospitality to Aintree. It was a great day despite the weather (and not picking the winners). Please pass on my thanks to the team for looking after us and providing prestigious hosting. It was a good, friendly team, and I sincerely hope we get to do the sam... read more »